You’ll be up with the chickens with these helpful guides.
Lisa Steele of Fresh Eggs Daily is a garden enthusiast and chicken aficionado. She has won prizes for her work on Fresh Eggs Daily as well as made sure to share her wisdom through the gift of books.
Steele is a gardener, chicken keeper, aspiring herbalist, and coop-to-chicken chef. She has thoroughly mapped out her lessons in each area of expertise to bring us the best advice on raising chickens and more.
Here are her past publications that are must-reads for anyone who wants to have fresh eggs daily.
This book is the essential guide you need when raising ducks for eggs and companionship. It’s useful for chicken keepers who want to add to their flock by providing advice on the differences between ducks and chickens, and their eggs.
Learn more about duck houses and pools, health care, behaviors, and blending ducks into your coop with this book. She has even provided a breed chart and recipes to help you get started. This book is available in paperback for $14.40 or you can shop the Kindle version for just $8.69.
“Gardening with Chickens“ is what you need when planning your garden, with the help of your hens! This book will help with strategies and tips for keeping your plants safe and healthy. You will find helpful tools for building not only themed gardens but edible ones that are safe for your chickens as well.
It’s no surprise that Americans have taken the liberty to raise chickens all on their own. In order to do so, you might need a guide to help the process run smoothly. This book by Steele is an accessible guide to navigating coops, nesting boxes, feeds, and healthcare with time-tested remedies. Keep your chickens happy and healthy, free of chemicals and all the yucky stuff with Lisa’s tips. As a sweet bonus, you will also get recipes and ideas for DIY projects for your coops.
Maybe you’re just wanting to make a beautiful garden in hopes of providing a wonderful community for your chickens. Or maybe you want to be able to have the choice of lots of different kinds of eggs from your own backyard. Take your pick on the book to guide your journey and give your friends something to crow about!
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